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Sharp vaginal pain during sex, burning sensation, yellow-green discharge. Causes for symptoms?

Last Friday I had sex and my I felt fine but about 3 minutes into it I started to feel pain in my vagina , and when it got the point where it was unbearable I asked him to stop. Then on Monday we had sex again and this time I didn’t experience any pain. But the very next day I started to feel I mild burning sensation in my vagina and an odd smell.The next day (yesterday) the pain was felt a little more harshly and I noticed yellow-greenish discharge in my panties. Now I woke up today and the pain has become unbearable. I feel it not just one I pee but any sort of movement triggers the pain and when I lie in bed or am sitting I sometimes feel a sharp stinging sensation. There has been no itching. Any ideas as to why I am experiencing this pain?
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Thanks for query,
Your pain related to infection i.e. Vaginits you got due to infection.
This is a vaginal infection & due to inflammation of vaginal wall you get infection.
As the discharge is yellowish green there might be chances of bacterial infection too.
you should require medicines to control it.
Consult your doctor .
Answered: Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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Dentist Dr. Winnie Venkatesh's  Response
Hi......I am Dr.Winnie.I am a dentist.actualy lookin into ur symptoms it seems tht u hve a vginal infection may b gonorrhoea.plz do visit a gynaecologist immediately.itz very imp nd urgent.dont delay.they will put u on antibiotics.plz do let me know aftr ur visit to the doctr.
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